|Time to take a little looksee... AT MY GOLD! Heehee!|
— Toothpick to himself[src]
Toothpick was a villain in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. Part of Le Paradox's gang, he was one of Cyrille Le Paradox's lieutenants, and was sent to Cotton Mouth Bluff, 1884 AD. He planned on stealing gold from that time period and bringing it back to the present, making himself a billionaire. He was the main antagonist of Go West Young Raccoon.
He was voiced by David Lodge.
He was originally an Eastern European mobster who grew up loving cowboy movies and gold, so he specialized in gold robberies. He was even behind some of the world's greatest gold heists.
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time
Cyrille Le Paradox hired him to take out "Tennessee Kid" Cooper, so after traveling to Cotton Mouth Bluff, 1884, Toothpick staged a robbery (which would later go down in history as Tennessee's greatest heist) and framed Tennessee for it, despite the robbery taking place after Tennessee was arrested. He planned on mining all of the gold out of Cotton Mouth Bluff and bringing it back to the present day to become rich. He was eventually stopped by the Cooper Gang when Sly Cooper, after releasing Tennessee from prison, defeated him aboard his own train. After being defeated, Toothpick fell into the furnace of the train, and he was blasted out to Tennessee, where Tennessee threw him off the train. Toothpick was stranded in the past, and was sentenced to work on the railroads in a chain gang made up of many of his employees. The sound of train whistles made him go deaf, and, unable to hear an oncoming train or his fellow prisoners trying to warn him, "faded into obscurity."
Toothpick is a short armadillo that wears red vest over a white dress shirt, a brown belt with a gold buckle and white cowboy hat. On his chest is a gold sheriff's star. He has a single holster on his right hip that holds a revolver.
Toothpick is an insane and a trigger-happy armadillo, shown when he threatened to rip off Sly's hand after his poster vandalism. He enjoys lollipops, and in particular, Cuban lollipops. He is also an ego-maniac, plastering the town with posters of himself and dedicating festivals in his own honor. Toothpick had one major weakness; he couldn't stand loud noises, particularly whistles, which aggravate his sensitive ears. If the noise is loud enough that he can't block it out by plugging his ears, he goes into an uncontrolled rage that cumulates with him growing to gigantic size, though general annoyances (such as employees questioning his behavior) can also spark this transformation.
Toothpick is an excellent shot and is skilled with a variety of firearms, making him very dangerous right off the bat. He also has the ability to grow to a massive size when he becomes extremely enraged which allows him to create shock waves by slamming the ground and create tornadoes by spinning and using his cowboy hat. When he gets dizzy, Toothpick shrinks into normal size before he might become vulnerable to be attacked.
|Bulls||Flashlight guards||Minigun||They're armed with a minigun, dealing little damage but continuous fire. They also have several close combat attacks. They are usually found in "Tennessee Kid"'s missions, where you have to duel them.|
|Coyotes||Rooftop guards||Dual revolvers||They're armed with 2 revolvers, and several close combat attacks.|
|Jackalopes||Rooftop guards||Dynamite sticks||Armed with dynamite, these guys are tough and annoying when encountered in large numbers.|
- Toothpick hates only one thing concerning the Wild West - the loud sound of train whistles, which hurt his sensitive ears.
- Toothpick is the only member of Le Paradox's crew that eventually died. He is also one of only three minor villains in the series to die, the others being Arpeggio and LeFwee.
- He is also the only member who became permanently stranded in the past.
- Toothpick is the only boss in Thieves in Time to not have a thin, vertical stripe running down his clothing in some fashion. In early concept art, however, he did.
- Toothpick's makes an appearance in the Prologue, along with Miss Decibel and Le Paradox, who are conversing behind a window.
- In the cutscene where they talk about Toothpick's backstory he is seen holding two revolvers while in the game he only has one.
- According to Bentley, Toothpick adored lollipops which were actually a Cuban variety that had to be shipped for weeks. Supposedly, they had the flavor of rice and beans.
Notes and references
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